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Illinois 



Sacred Songs 



No. 1 



COMPILED AND ARRANGED FOR USE IN 

Gospel Meetings 
Sunday Schools, Prayer Meetings 

AND OTHER RELIGIOUS SERVICES 



BY 

Ira D. Sankey 

James McGranahan 

and Geo. C. Stebbins 



PUBLISHED BY 

The Biglow & Main Co. 

135 5th Ave., New York Lakeside Bldg., Clark and Adams Sts., 

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PREFACE. 



' I ^HIS volume embraces selections from the latest new songs 
of the authors written during the past six years ; each piece 
having been thoroughly tested and approved by Mr. Moody. 
In addition to these there are new and valuable contributions from 
a number of the leading sacred song writers of the day. 

Included with the above are a goodly selection of the espec- 
ially useful and popular pieces from the Gospel Hymn Series, 
making, as we believe, the most practical and desirable collection 
of hymns and tunes yet offered for all kinds of Church work, 
Sunday Schools, Prayer and Gospel meetings. 

We hope that these Sacred Songs may find their way, not 
only into the Churches and Prayer Meetings, but into the homes 
of the people as well, and that the good old-time custom of singing 
the praises of God in the home may again be revived. Only in 
this way is the congregational singing in our Churches likeb r to 
be permanently improved. 

The Editors. 



NOTICE. 

Nearly all of the new pieces in this Collection, both words and music, are Copyright 
in the United States, Great Britain and Provinces, under the provisions of the Interna- 
tional Copyright Law, and must not be reprinted or published for any purpose whatever, 
without the written permission of the owners thereof. 

THE BIGLOW & MAIN CO.. Publishers. 



SACRED SONGS. 



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2. Sing how He bore the cross, Sing how He gave Free- ly, His 

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pre - cious blood, Lost ones to save ; Tell how He conquered death, 
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O wondrous love! Je - sua our Ad - vo-cate, Liv - eth a- bove. 
Mercy, and love; Sing of the mansions bright, Waiting a - bove. 



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No. 3. 



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No. 10. 



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Thro' all the din and tur- moil here, So oft in life we meet. 
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"The morning cometh." — Isa. 21 : 12. 



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now at the door;0 say, wilt thou tar-ry? or say, wilt thou flee? O 

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"The rock of salvation."— Ps. 89 : 26. 



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For naught can harm the hum -blest one Whom Thou hast made Thy child. 
For Thou hast promised by Thy grace To keep me hour by hour. 
Lord, Thou art mine, and I am Thine, Thro' all e - ter - ni - ty. 

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O for the hap - py mo- raent When sil - ver trum - pets ring ! 
Our ris - en Lord is com -ing, Our joy, and heart's de - sire; 

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Who for them did suf- fer shame; 
Now has ris- en glo - ri - fied; 
We shall lift our voice and say, 
When we're gathered, Lord, to Thee. 



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Al - le - lu - iah ! al - le - lu 

Al - le - lu - iah ! al - le - In 

Al - le - lu - iah ! al - le - lu 

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sheds on the way; He'll lighten thy bur-den, Go. wea - ry one, pray. 
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'Tis the fur- nace proves the met- al ; Can I stand the test - ing heat? 
Or am I in self de-cep-tion, Try-ing to keep hack a part? 
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My bark shall safely glide; I shall be sat - is Bed, Ever dose to Thee. 
Gladly the cross I'll bear; Hear Thou and grant my pray 'r. Hide my life in Thiue. 



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In tri-umph from the grave He rose ; And now He in -ter- cedes 
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" Him hath God exalted to be a Prince and a Saviour.' - 
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Lord, I'm coming home. 



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He took my sins up - on Him, And bore them on the tree. 

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2. I will not wait un - til my life Like Thine shall grow; 

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Is the peace of God to me. 

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•Tour redemption draweth nigh." — Luke 21 : 28. 



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J. H. Johnston. 




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1. He lives and loves, our Sav -four King; With joy - ful lips your trib - uto bring; 

2. His Hand is strong, His word en - dures, His sac - ri - fice our peace se - cures ; 

3. Each day re- veals His con - stant love, With "mer-cies new" from heav'n a - bove; 



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From bin and death He doth re - deem, His change-less love bo all our theme. 
Thro' a - ges past His word has stood ; Oh taste and see that Ho is good. 



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( Whiter than Snow.) 



H. S. Perkins. 



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2. Thorn -y was the crown that He wore, And the cross His bod - y o'er-came; 

3. Fa - ther, I have wan - dered from Thee, Oft - en has my heart gone a - stray ; 






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Griev-ous were the sor - rows He bore, But He suf - fered thus not in Tain. 
Crim-suu do iny sins seem to me — Wa - ter can - not wash them a - way. 




Tho' I've wandered far from His fold, 
May I to that Fount-ain be led, 



Bring-ing to my heart pain and woe, § 

Made to cleanse my sins here be- low; « 



Je - bus to that Fount-ain of Thine, Lean-ing on Thy prom-ise I go; 




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Wash me in the Blood that He shed, And I shall be whit - er than snow, 
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Frances R. Havergal. 



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2. Truo - heart - ed, whole-heart-ed, full - est al - le - giance Yield-ing henceforth to our 

3. True - heart - ed, whole-heart-ed, £av - iour all - glo - rious | Take Thy great pow - er and 



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2. Je - sua is call-ing the wea-ry to rest— Call-ing to-day, call-ing to-day; 

8 Je - bus is wait- ing, oh, come to Him now— Waiting to - day, wait-ing to - day; 

4 Je - sus is plead -ing, oh, list to His voice— Hear Him to - day, hear Him to-day; 



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Come with thy sins, at His feet low -ly bow; Come,andno long-er de 

They who be-lieve on His name shall re - joice ; Quick-ly a - rise and a 




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:t. Trust-ing Thy word that canmot fail, Mas -ter, we claim Thy prom-ise; Oh that 

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2. I praise Him for the cleans-ing blood, What a won - der - ful Sav - iour ! That 

3. He cleansed my heart from all its sin, What a won - der- ful Sav . iour ! And 

4. He walks be - side me all the way, What a won - der - ful Sav - iour ! And 



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rec - on-ciled my soul to God; What a won-der - fill Sav-iour 

now He reigns and rules there-in ; What a won-der - ful Sav-iour 

keeps me faith - fill day by day; What a won-der - ful Sav-iour 



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What a wonderful Saviour! 
And triumph iu each trying hour; 
What a wonderful Saviour I 



6 To Him I've given all my heart, 
What a wonderful Saviour! 
The world shall never share a part; 
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no. 135. (Rmt, Shflt ^tmightg jpug. 



Charles Weslky. 



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2. Come, Thou in - car - nate Word, Gird on Thy might - y sword; Our pray 'rat-tend: Come,and Thy 

3. Come, ho - ly Corn-fort- erl Thy sa-cred wit - ness bear, In this glad hour: Thou,who al- 

4. To ' the great One in Three, The highest prais - es be, Hence ev-er-morel His Bov'reign 



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might-y art, Now rule in ev - 'ry heart, And ne'erfromus de- part, Spir -it of 
maj - es - ty May we in glo - ry see, And to e - ter - ni - ty Love and a ■ 

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F. J. Crosby. 



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3. Spied a - way, speed a - way with the mes-sage of 



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wave, In the strength of your Mas- ter the lost ones to save; He is call - ing once 
Min; And lh.. ban-quet is read-y, O gath-erthem in; To the res - cue make 



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Isaac Watts. 



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2. Must I be car - ried to the skies, On flow - ery beds of ease, 

3. Are there no foes for me to face? Must I not stem the flood? 

4. Since I must fight if I would reigu, In - crease my cour - age, Lord I 



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Annie Herbert. Arr. 



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3 We shall come with joy and glad - ness, We shall gath - er round the throne ; 

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Who will all our sorrows share? Jesus knows our ev- 'ry weakness, Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Take it to the Lord in prayer ; In Hisarms He'll take andshield thee, Thou wilt fiudasolace there. 



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fall - ing down be -fore Thee, Which wort anil art, aud 6T- er-uiure shall be. 

there is none be- side Thee, Per - feet in pow'r, in love, and pur - i - ty. 

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2. Some one will glad- ly his cross lay down By 

3. Some one will knock when the door is shut By 

4. Some one will sing the tri - umph - ant song By 

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Hear a voice say - ing, " I know 



a - wait, Shall you? shall I?, 
a crown, Shall you? shall I?, 
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Some one will call and shall not be heard, Vain - ly will strive when the 

Some one will greet on the gold - en shore Loved ones of earth who have 

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earth be free, Hap -py with Him thro' e - ter - ni - ty : Shall you? shall I?, 

door is barred, Someone will fail of the saint's re-ward: Shall you? shall 1 '!.. 

gone be- fore, Safe in the glo- ry for ev - er-more : Shall you? shall I?. 



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2. God lio with you till we meet a - gain!— 'Neath His wings pro-tect-ing hide you, 

S.God be with you till we meet a - gain!— When life's per - Us thick con-found you, 

4. God be with you till we meet a - gain!— Keep love's bau-ner float-ing o'er you, 



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Bid my ma - ny woes de - part, Heal my wound-ed, bleed-ing heart. 

Cast down ev - 'ry I - dol - throne, Reign su - preme — and reign a - lone. 



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" Once earth - ly joy I craved, Sought peace and rest; Now 

3* Let sor - row do its work, Come grief or pain ; Sweet 

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2. Throw out the Life-Line with hand quick and strong, Why do you tar - ry, why liu-ger so loogj-S 
:i. Throw out the Life-Line to dan-ger-fraught men, Sink- ing in anguish where you've never been:« 
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2. Tho' the house was held by stran-gers All re-mained the same with - in ; 

3 Quick I drew it from the rub-bish, Cov - ered o'ei with dust so long: 




my rec - ol - lee- tion Scenes I'd seem - ing 
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Stealing on in gentle strain, 
I am carried bade to childhood — 

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'Tia the hour of my retiring, 

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As of yore, by mother's 6ide. 
6 Hands are on my head fo loving, 

As they were in childhood's days ; 
I, with weary tones, am trying 

To repeat the words she Bays ; 
'Tia a prayer in language simple 

Asa mother's lips can frame : 
• "Father, Thou who art in heaven, 

Hallowed, ever, be Thy name." 

• Use second ending. 



6 Pmver is over: to my pillow 

With a " good-night ! " kiss I creep, 
Scarcely waking while I whisper, 

"Now I lay me down to sleep." 
Then my mother, o'er me bending. 

Prays in earnest words, but mild: 
* " Hear my prayer, O heavenly Father, 

Bless, oh, bless, my precious childl" 

7 Yet I am but only dreaming: 

Ne'er I'll be a child again; 
Many years has that dear mother 

In the quiet churchyard lain; 
But the mem'ry of her counsels 

O'er my path a light has shed, 
Daily calling mo to heaven, 

Even from my trundle bed, 



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( Tune, No. 584, Gospel Hymns, 1-6, or G. H, Cons,, No. 224. Key A.) 



I've found a Friend; oh, such a Friend! 

He loved me ere I knew Him ; 
He drew me with the cords of love, 

And thus He bound me to Him; 
And 'round my heart still closely twine 

Those ties which naught can sever, 
For 1 am His, and He is mine, 

Forever and forever. 

I've found a Friend; oh, such a Friend ! 

He bled, He died to save me; 
And not alone the gift of life, 

But His own self He gave me. 
Nought that I have my own I call, 

I hold it for the Giver: 
My heart, my strength, my life, my all, 

Are His, and His forever. 



I've found a Friend; oh, such a Friend! 

All power to Him is given; 
To guard me on my onward course, 

And bring me safe to heaven. 
Th' eternal glories gleam afar, 

To nerve my faint endeavor ; 
So now to watch, to work, to war, 

And then to rest forever. 

I've found a Friend ; oh, such a Friend! 

So kind, and true, and tender, 
So wise a Counsellor and Guide, 

So mighty a Defender! 
From Him, who loves me now so well, 

What power my soul can sever? 
Shall life, or death, or earth, or hell? 

No; I am His forever. 

Rev. J. G. Small. 



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( Tune, No. 9, Gospel Hymns, 1-6, or G. H, Cons., No. 8. Key G.) 



1 What means this eager, anxious throng, 
Which moves with busy haste along, 
These wondrous gath' rings day by day? 
What means this strange commotion, 
I n accents hushed the throng reply, [pray? 
"Jesus of Nazareth passeth by." 

2 Who is this Jesus? Why should He 
The city move so mightily? 

A passing stranger, has He skill 
To move the multitude at will? 
Again the stirring notes reply, 
"Jesus of Nazareth passeth by." 

3 Jesus! 'tis He who once below 

Man's pathway trod, 'mid pain and woe; 
And burdened ones, where'er He came. 
Brought out their sick, and deaf and lame. 
The blind rejoiced to hear the cry, 
"Jesus of Nazareth passeth by." 



4 Again He comes ! from place to place 
His holy footprints we can trace. 

He pauseth at our threshold— nay, 
He enters— condescends to stay. 
Shall we not gladly raise the cry ? 
•' Jesus of Nazareth passeth by." 

5 Ho ! all ye heavy-laden, come ! 

Here's pardon, comfort, rest, and home. 
Ye wanderers from a Father's face, 
Return, accept His proffered grace. 
Ye tempted ones, there's refuge nigh, 
"Jesus of Nazareth passeth by." 

6 But if you still His call refuse, 
And all His wondrous love abuse, 
Soon will He sadly from you turn, 
Your bitter prayer for pardon spurn. 

" Too late ! too late ! " will be the cry— 
" Jesus of Nazareth has passed by.*' 

Emma Campbell- 



No. 150. %m$t JJaviaw, plot |Ut 



Rev. Edward Hopper. 



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May I hear Thee say to me, "Fear not, I will pi - lot thee! 



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6 Let every creature rise, and bring 
Peculiar honors to our King: 
Angels descend with songg again, 
And earth repeat the loud Amen. 



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2. Tell it out a-moug the peo - pie that the Sav -iourreigus: Tell it out! (Tell it out !) 

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R. L. 

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Robert Lowry. 




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Annie S. Hawks. 



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4. I need Thee ev . 'ry hour; Teach me Thy will; And Thy rich prom- is - 

5. I need Thee ev - 'ry hour, Most Ho - ly One ; Oh, make me Thine in - 



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W. D. Lonostaff. 



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Pjj §tm (Smmtw, 



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To His ain royal palace His banished hame will bring ; 

Wi' een an' wi' hert rinning owre, we shall see 

The King in His beauty, in oor ain countrie. 

My sins hae been mony, an' my sorrows liae been sair; 

But there they'll never vex me, nor be remembered mair 

For His bluid has made me white, an' His lian' shall dry my e'e, 

When He brings me hame at last, to my ain countrie. 

3 Sae little noo I ken, o' yon blessed, bonnie place, 

I only ken it's Hame, whaur we shall see His face ; 

It wad surely be eneuch for ever mair to be 

In the glory o' His presence, in oor ain countrie. 

Like a bairn to its mither, a wee birdie to its nest, 

I wad fain be gangin' noo, unto my Saviour's breast, 

For He gathers in His bosom witless, worthless lambs like me, 

An' carries them Himsel', to His ain countrie. 

4 He is faithfu' that hath promised, an' He'll surely come again, 
He'll keep His tryst wi' me, at what 'oor I dinna ken; 

But He bids me still to wait, an' ready aye to be, 

To gang at ony moment to my ain countrie. 

Sae I'm watching aye, and singin' o' my hame, as I wait 

For the soun'in' o 1 His fitfa' this side the gowden gate: 

God gie His grace to ilka aue wha' listens noo to me, 

That we a' may gang in gladness to oor ain countrie. 



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H. BONAR, D. D. 



(Evan. CM.) 



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'Till trav'ling days are done. 



No. 174. 



§ie fe toming. 



ALICE MONTEITH. 



IRA D. SANKEY. 




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2. Oth - er ref • ngt have I none, Hangs my helpless soul on Thee ; Leave, oh, leave me 

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1 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 

In a believer's ear; 
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And drives away his fear. 

2 It makes the wounded spirit whole, 

And calms the troubled breast; 
'Tis mauna to the hungry soul, 
And to tho weary, rest. 



3 Dear Name, the Rock on which I build, 

My Bhield and hiding-place; 

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4 Jesus my Shepherd, Saviour, Friend, 

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Accept the praise 1 bring. 

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No. 189. 



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Thou art Ho who, nev - er wea - ry, Watoh-est where Thy peo - pie he. 

May the morn in heaven a - wake us, Clad in bright and death - less bloom. 



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Thy rich grace im-part Strength to my fainting heart, My zeal in -spire; As thouhast 

o. wnnie life b dark maze 1 tread, And griefs around me spread, Be Thou my Guide; Bid darkness 

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No. 194. 



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Rev. J. J. Maxfield. 



W. A. Ogden. 




1. I do not ask for earth-ly store 

2. I care not for the emp- ty show 

3. What-e'er the cross- es mine shall be, 

4. And when at last, my la - bor o'er, 

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■for Thee, And that Thy will be done; Thy will, O Lord, be mine each day, While 

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1. I am Thine, Lord, I have heard Thy voice, And it told Thy love to rue; 

2. Con - se -crate me now to Thy ser - vice, Lord, By the pow'r of grace di - vine; 
3.0 the pure de - light of a sin - gle hour That be - fore Thy throne I spend, 
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Wheu I kneel in pray'r, and with Thee my God, I com-mune as friend with friend, 

There are heightsof joy that I may not reach Till I rest in peace with Thee. 



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El. Nathan. 



James McQranahan. 




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bless - ing"— I'ro-oious re - viv-ing a- gain; - ver the 

bless -iug:" Send them up - ou us, Lord; Grant to us 

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My son! my sonl" 



No. 198. 



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" Rejoice! for the Lord brings back His ownl" 



No. 199. | §fcw Shjj Welcome fow. 



L. H. 



Lewis Hartsough. 




1. I hoar Thy wel-come voice Tliat 

2. Tho' com- iug weak and Tile, Thou 

3. Tis Je - eus calls me on To 

4. 'Tis Je - eus who con - firms The 



calls me, Lord, to Thee For cleans -ing in Thy 

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5 And He the witness gives 
To loyal hearts and free, 
That every promise is fulfilled, 
If faith but brings the plea. 



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3. When the sun of bliss is beam-ing 

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1. When God the way of life would teach And gath- er all His own. He placed them safe beyond the 

2. By Christ, the sin - less Lamb of God, The precious blood was shed,When He fulfilled God's holy 
3.0 soul, for thee sal-va-tion thus By God is free-ly giv'n; The blood of Christ a-tonesfor 

4. The wrath of God that was our due, Up- on the Lamb was laid; And by the shedding of His 

5. How calm the judgment hour shall pass To all who do o - bey The word of God a-bout the 




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4. Oh, joyl oh, de - light! 



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To Him who merits all my love; 
Let cheerful anthems fill His house, 
While to that saived shrine I move. 

8 *Tis done, the great transaction's done; 
I am my Lord's and He is mine; 
He drew me, and I followed on. 
Charmed to confess the voice divine 



4 Now rest, my long-divided heart, 
Fixed on this blissful centre, rest, 
Nor ever from thy Lord depart, 
With Him of every good possessed. 

6 High heaven, that heard the solemn vow, 
That Vow renewed shall daily hear, 
Till in life's latest hour I bow, 
And bless in death a bond so dea' 



No. 204. 



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F. M. D. 



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2. Thou, the Refuge of my soul (of my soul ) When life's stormy billows roll, (billows roll,) 

3. Sav-iour, lead me, till at last, (till at last,) When the storm of life is past, (life is past,) 



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I am safe when Thou art nigh, (Thou art nigh,) On Thymer-cy I re- ly. (I re - ly.) 

I shall reach the land of day, (land of day,) Whereall tears are wip'd away, (wip'd away.) 




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C. J. B. 



Slow. 



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2. I wan - der'd on in the dark - ness, 
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4 I listened: and lo! 'twas the Saviour 

That was speaking so kindly to me ; 
I cried, " I'm the chief of sinners, 
Thou canst save a poor sinner like me I" 

5 I then fully trusted In Jesus; 

And oh, what a joy came to me 1 
My heart was filled with His praises, 
For saving a sinner like me. 



6 No longer in darkness I'm walking, 

For the light is now shining on me; 
And now unto others I'm telling 
How He saved a poor sinner like me. 

7 And when life's journey is over, 

And I the dear Saviour shall see, 
I'll praise Him for ever and ever, 
For saving a sinner like me. 



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All that Thousendest me, 
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No. 208. 

Wm. B. Tappan. 



(Olive's Brow. L.M.) 



Wm. B. Bradbury. 




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2. Sow- ing in the sun -shine, sow- ing in the shad - ows, Fear-ing nei - ther clouds nor 

3. Sow- ing forth witli weep- ing, sow- ing for the Mas - ter, Tho' the loss sus-taiu'd our 



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my Fa - ther, I o - bey, I 



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How kind - ly speaks thy Fa - ther, God, " My son, give me 

And now to thee it whis-pers low, "My son, give me 

With sons of God may take their place. " My son, give me 

That He should say so ten - der - ly, "My son, give me 

And plead thy way-ward soul to win, " My son, give me 
" Here Lord, I give my - self a - way, I 



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thy heart." 

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give to Thee my heart." 




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No. 211. 

J. W. V. 



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Safe with the an - gels, whit-er than 
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Imtx tixt (&xm. 



Mrs. J. F. Knapp. 




1. "Near-er the cross !" my heart can say, I 

2. Near- er the Chris-tian's mer - cy seat, I 

3. Near-er in pray'r my hope as-pires I 



am com - ing near - er; Near - er the 
am com - ing near-er; Feast-ing my 
am com - ing near- er; Deep - er the 




cross from day to day, I 
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am com - ing near - er; 
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Charlotte Elliott. 



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5 Just as I am ; Thou wilt receive, 

Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve ,• 
Because Thy promise I believe, 
Lamb of God I I come, I cornel 



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They must be gathered 'neath some sheltering wing. 

6 Go, with the name of Jesus, to the dying, 

And speak that Name in all its living power; 
Why should thy fainting heart grow chill and weary? 
Canst thou not watch with Me one little hour? 

6 One little hour 1 and then the glorious crowning, 
The golden harp-strings, and the victor's palm ; 
One little hour I and then the hallelujah I 
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No. 215. Safe* P* w i §M. 



Eliza H. Hamilton 
Moderate. 



Ira D. Sanket. 




1. Je - bus, my Lord, to Thee I cry; Un - less Thou help me I must die: Oh, 

2. Helpless, I am, and full of guilt; But yet for me Thy blood was Bpilt, And 

3. No prep - a - ra - tion can I make, My best re - solves I on - ly break, Yet 

4. Be - hold me, Sav - iour, at Thy feet, Deal with me as Thou see - et meet; Thy 



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save me for Thine own name's sake, And take me as I 

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Rev. A. M. Toplady. 



(Toplady. 7s. 6 lines,) 



Dr. Thos. Hastings. 



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2. Not thela-bor of my hands Can ful - fil Thy law's demands; Could my zeal no respite know, 

3. Noth-ing in my hand I bring, Sim -ply to ThycrossI cling; Nak-ed, come to Thee for dress, 

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Could my tears for-ev - er How, All for sin could not a -tone; Thou must save,and Thou a-lone. 
Help -leas look to The., for grace; Foul, I to the fountain fly, Wash me. Saviour, or I die. 
Thee on Thyjudgment throne,Rock of A - ges, cleft for me, Let me hide my-self in Thee. 







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3. Crownsand thrones may perish, Kingdoms rise and wane; But the Church of Je - sua 

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TOPICAL INDEX, 

SACRED SONGS, No. 1. 



ABIDING IN CHRIST. 

NO. 

Dying with Jesus 102 

Jesus my Lord, Thou_ 103 

Saviour, lead me 204 

Without Thee, my 50 

ASSURANCE. 

Blessed assurance 161 

I heard the voice 173 

My Jesus, I love 153 

My sins which were 4 

Soul of mine, in 190 

Thou art my Rock 71 

ATONEMENT. 

I am redeemed 16 

My sins which were 4 

We come, O Lord 31 

When God the way 201 

BIBLE. 

" Come unto Me." It 166 

How solemn are the 185 

I will sing the 127 

When God the way 201 

BLOOD (Precious). 

Alas ! and did my 158 

Blessed be the 130 

How solemn are the 185 

I am redeemed 16 

I am satisfied 73 

There is a green 126 

Tho'yoursins be 182 

'Tis midnight! and 208 

When my life-work 126 

Whoever receiveth 162 

CHILDREN. 

Alas! and did my_ 158 

Arise, young men 101 

Christ has for sin 134 

Do you fear the foe? 17 

Hide me, O my 151 

Now I havo found 94 

Onward, onward 2 

The Lord's our Rock 192 

Walking In the 41 

With the glorious 27 

CLOSING. 

Blest be the tie 184 

(i"l lie with you „ 143 

Praise God from 123 

Whoa the uiisU. ....138 



COMFORT— COM- 

FORTER. NO. 

After a long and 15 

After the darkest 80 

Come, Thou Almighty 135 

Go bury thy sorrow 43 

God lives, can 1 40 

How dear to my 61 

I've found a Friend 149 

Let not your heart _ 42 

Like the fullness 86 

Not all the blood 181 

Oh, spread the 88 

COMING OF CHRIST. 

A lamp in the 110 

Come on the wings 14 

He is coming, the 174 

I know not when 90 

Impatient heart 66 

It may be at morn 202 

O Church of Christ 120 

the weary night 75 

Some sweet morn _ 12 

The nigh: is long _ 38 

There'll be no dark 106 

CONFESSION. 

Alas! and did my 158 

Am I a soldier 137 

1 heard the voice 173 

I need Thee every 170 

Just as I am 213 

My Jesus I love 153 

Willing to own Thee 29 

CONSECRATION. 

All for Jesus 45 

I am Thine, 195 

I come, O blessed _ 84 

My life, my love 116 

Not I, but Christ ....119 

Saviour, more than 220 

Take my life, and 175 

CROSS AND CROWN. 

Alas ! and did my 158 

Am I a soldier 137 

I am coming 168 

I am redeemed „ 16 

Nearer the Cross 212 

Soul of mine in 190 

Take the jeers, and _ 26 

There is a green 125 



FAITH. NO. 

Encamped along 128 

I do not ask for 194 

I will sing you a 167 

Jesus knows all your 64 

Just as I am 213 

My faith looks up„ 193 

FELLOWSHIP and 
FOLLOWING. 

Be near me, O my 33 

Blest be the tie 184 

Guide me, O thou 179 

If in the valley 58 

O my Redeemer 65 

Take the jeers, and 25 

Walking in the 41 

When we walk with 156 

FORGIVENESS. 

Alas! and did my . ....158 

My sins which were 4 

The dear loving Saviour. 116 

Tho' your sins be 182 

Whosoever shall call 91 

FRIEND (Christ a). 

I've found a Friend ,..149 

Not now, my child 214 

Now I have found 94 

O my Redeemer 65 

There is no friend , 93 

What a friend we 140 

FUNERAL. 

Jesus knows all your 64 

No sorrow there 96 

Not now, but in the 169 

The Homeland ! 108 

There'll be no dark 106 

When I shall wake 224 

GOSPEL. 

Down into my 34 

How solemn are 185 

Jesus is tenderly 132 

Let us sing again. 104 

Sinners, Jesus will 167 

Tell the glad story 100 

Throw out the Life- ...147 

GRACE. 

Am I a soldier 137 

Be present at our 117 

Come, Thou Fount 18S 

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NO, 

Jesus knows all _ 64 

Some day the silver .118 

Whoever receivetb 162 

GUIDE— GUIDANCE. 

Guide me, OThou 179 

Hark! hark, my soul 160 

Hefeedeth His 79 

How sweet the name 188 

I lift my thank- 46 

I've found a Friend 149 

I was wandering and 49 

Jesus knows all 64 

Jesns, Saviour, Pilot 150 

Saviour, lead me 204 

The Lord's my Shepherd 187 

Thou whose hand 70 

To thee who from 210 

HEAVEN. 

God be with you 143 

I am far frae my_ 172 

I will sing the 127 

I will sing you 157 

Jesus, Saviour, Pilot 160 

No more the curae 96 

No sorrow there 95 

Not now, but in _ 169 

One sweetly solemn 109 

Over the river faces.. 211 

Rejoice, Rejoice, 82 

Some one will enter 142 

Soul of mine in 190 

The Homeland! 108 

They tell me of a 69 

When the mists have 138 

When my life-v.'ork 126 

HOLY SPIRIT— HOLY 
GHOST. 

Baptize me with the 62 

Come, Holy Spirit 92 

Come, Thou Almighty 136 

Holy Ghost with 145 

Nothing but leaves Ill 

Oh, spread the tidings 88 

Spirit so holy 23 

Take time to be holy 171 

HOPE. 

Abide with Me 207 

Blessed assurance 161 

Not now, but in 169 

Some sweet morn 12 

There comes to my 121 

INVITATION. 

"Come unto Me." It 166 

Come unto Me, ye 63 

God is now willing, in 77 

I heard the voice 173 

I hear Thy welcome 199 

In the cross of 200 



NO. 

In the land of. _ „ 197 

Jesus is tenderly 132 

Jesus knocks; He calls.. 9 

Just as I am 213 

Look unto me 36 

O how can you 89 

tender and sweet.. 217 

Resting my soul 11 

The Master is come. 18 

Throw out the Life- 147 

To Theo who from 210 

Would you be forever. 76 

JOY. 

Awake, O heart of 124 

Blessed assurance 161 

Come, Thou Almighty 135 

Come, Thou Fount 183 

Do you fear the 17 

Hark ! hark my 160 

1 will bless the 68 

I will sing the 127 

Jesus shall reign 159 

Joy to the world 189 

Let us sing again. 104 

Night had fallen 87 

O happy day that 203 

O how happy are 59 

O sing of my 83 

O wanderer rejoice 48 

Praise God from 123 

Praise to the Holy 1 

Rejoice! the Lord 19 

There is never a 122 

There's sunshine in. 44 

The trusting heart 78 

Walking in the sunshine 41 

LIFE AND LIGHT. 

Blessed assurance 161 

"Come unto Me." It 166 

How solemn are the 185 

Life is mine 68 

Not I, but Christ 119 

O pilgrims thro' a 32 

The Day-Star hath.. 81 

Thou art my Rock 71 

LOVE. 

After the darkest 80 

God is love 99 

Jesus, Lover of my 177 

Like the fullness 86 

More love to Thee 146 

My Jesus I love ....153 

Rescue the perishing 180 

There comes to my 121 

What a blessed hope 98 

LOYALTY AND 
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Arise, young men 101 

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NO. 

One sweetly solemn 109 

Upon the western 112 

Whore my Redoemer _ 13 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

As I wandered round 148 

I ara far frae my _ 172 

My country ! 'tis of. 226 

Not I, but Christ 119 

Thro" the shining 114 

Trembling soul, beset 107 

MISSIONARY. 
Jesus shall reign 159 

Church of Christ 120 

Speed away 136 

Tell it out among 164 

Tell th« glad story 100 

Ye Christian heralds 72 

PEACE. 

Abide with Me 207 

"Coma unto Mo." It 166 

Dying with Jesus .102 

1 am coming to 168 

I heard the voice 173 

Jesus knows all 64 

Life is mine, yes 68 

Resting my soul 11 

There comes to my 121 

When I shall wake 224 

PRAISE. 

All hail the power 222-225 

Holy! Holy! Holy! 141 

I am redeemed _ 16 

I do not ask for _ 194 

I will sing the 127 

O happy day that 203 

Praise God from whom 123 

Praise to the Holy 1 

When the sinner 6 

PRAYER. 

Be near me, O 33 

Come, Thou Fount 183 

Hear us, O Saviour. 133 

Nearer, my God 206 

Night had fallen 87 

my Redeemer 65 

Pass me not. 154 

Pray, brethren, pray 163 

Saviour, breathe an 191 

Sweet hour of prayer 139 

There shall be showers 196 

What a friend we 140 

PROMISES. 
How firm a 162 

1 heard the voice...... 173 

There shall be 196 

Whoever receivetb che.._ 162 



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Topical Index, Sacred Songs, No. 1. — Continued. 



RACE (The Christian). 

NO. 

Arise, young men 101 

Onward, onward look 2 

The weary shadows 01 

We come, O Lord 31 

REDEMPTION. 

Blessed be the 130 

Christ hath redeem- 60 

Down into my 34 

How solemn are 185 

1 am coming 168 

I am redeemed 16 

I was once far 205 

Jesus is tenderly 132 

Jesus, my Lord, to 215 

Life is mine 68 

Look unto me 36 

My sins which were 4 

Rescue the perishing 180 

Sinners, Jesus will 167 

Some day the silver 118 

Some one will enter 142 

The dear loving Saviour 116 

Tho' your sins be 182 

When God the way 201 

Whoever receiveth the 162 

Whosoever shall call 91 

REFUGE— ROCK. 

Build ye on the 36 

How firm a found- 152 

I heard the voice 173 

Jesus, Lover of my 177 

Rock of Ages 216 

Thou art my Rock 71 

Thou art, O Lord 37 

REPENTANCE. 

Alas ! and did my 1B8 

Down into my 34 

I come. Oblessed 84 

I've wandered far 67 

Jesus, my Lord, to 215 

My sins which were 4 

My soul is sad 62 

wanderer, on a 10 

Sinners, Jesus will 167 

Tho' your sins be 182 

REST. 

"Come unto Me." It 166 

Dying with Jesus 102 

1 heard the voice 173 

Life is mine 68 

Resting my soul n 

There comes to my 121 

RESURRECTION. 

Christ has risen 39 

Low in the grnve 165 

On the Resurrection 178 



NO. 

See the place where „ 24 

Some sweet morn 12 

There'll be no dark 106 

SAFETY— SECURITY. 

Abide with Me 207 

Come, Thou Fount 183 

Dying with Jesus 102 

He lives and loves 129 

Hide me, O my 151 

I am satisfied with 73 

Keep Thou my way 47 

happy day that 203 

Saviour, breathe an 191 

Soul of mine in 190 

The Lord's my Rock 192 

Under His wings 5 

We are building in 176 

Ye shall know 57 

SAVIOUR— SEEKING. 

A wondrous boon 97 

Christ alone is 21 

Christ has for sin 134 

1 am coming to the 168 

Jesus is tenderly 132 

Jesus, Lover of my 177 

Jesus only, 'mid the 7 

Jesus, Saviour, Pilot 150 

Look unto Me 35 

wanderer, dost 22 

Rescue the perishing 180 

Sinners, Jesus will 167 

Some one will enter 142 

Throw out the Life- 147 

Whoever receiveth the 162 

SHEPHERD. 

He feedeth His flock 79 

1 was wandering sad and 49 

Saviour, lead me 204 

The Lord's my Shepherd 187 

There were ninety and 198 

TEMPERANCE. 

Down into my 34 

I've found a friend 149 

Not all the blood of. 181 

Rescue the perishing 180 

Take courage, temperance 156 

TRUST. 

Hear us, O Saviour 133 

He lives and loves 129 

I am coming to 168 

Jesus knows all your 64 

Look unto Me .' 36 

My Jesus, as Thou 144 

Not now, but in the 169 

Saviour, nmre than 220 

Soul of mine in 190 



NO. 

There is never a day 122 

The trusting heart 78 

Trembling soul, beset 107 

True-hearted! whole- 131 

When we walk with 156 

When the thick clouds 20 

VICTORY. 

Arise, young men 101 

Encamped along the 128 

Onward, Christian soldiers. ..221 

True-hearted! whole- 131 

We're soldiers of 30 

WARFARE. 

Am I a soldier 137 

Arise, young men 101 

Down with the evil 74 

Encamped along the 128 

Let us stand up 8 

My soul, be on thy 219 

Move forward, valiant 223 

Not now, my child 214 

Onward. Christian soldiers. ..221 

True-hearted ! whole- 131 

We're soldiers of. 30 

WORK— WORKS. 

Going forth at 113 

Go work to-day 3 

Lift up your eyes 85 

Rescue the perishing 180 

Sowing in the 209 

We are building 176 

With the glorious 27 

WORSHIP. 

All hail the power 222, 225 

As I wandered 'round 148 

Blessed Saviour, hear 26, 64 

Come, Thou Almighty 135 

Glory be to the 218 

Guide me, O Thou 179 

Hear us, O Saviour ....133 

Holy! holy! holy! Lord 141 

How firm a found- 162 

How sweet the name 188 

I love Thy kingdom 186 

I need thee every 170 

I will sing the 127 

I will sing you 157 

Jesus shall reign 159 

Let not thy heart 105 

Lord, teach us how 53 

Nearer, my God, to 206 

O sing that sung 66 

Saviour, breathe an 191 

Sweet hour of prayer 139 

Thou, whose hand 70 

What a friend we. 140 



INDEX. 



206 



Titles in Small Caps 

No. 

A. lamp In the night, a song in . .110 
A Shelter in the Time of Storm . 192 

A Sinner Like Me 205 

A Soldier of tok Cross 137 

A wond'rous boon to man is given 97 

Abide with Me 207 

Abide with Me Ever 50 

Abide with me fast flows 207 

Abundantly Able to Save . . . .162 
After a long and weary strife ... 15 
After the Darkest Hour .... 80 
Alas ! and did my Saviour bleed . 158 

All Hail the Power 225 

All hail the power of Jesus' .... 222 

All for Jesus 45 

America. 6s, 4s 226 

Am I soldier of the cross 137 

Antioch. CM 189 

Are You a Reaper? 85 

Arise, Young Men, Arise .... 101 
As I wandered 'round the . . . .148 
At that Day Ye Shall Know . . 57 

At the Cross 158 

Awake, Awake ! O Heart .... 124 

Baptize Me with the Spirit . . . 52 
Be Near Me O My Saviour ... 33 
Be present at our table, Lord . . .117 

Belmont. CM 187 

Bethany. 6s, 4s 206 

Blessed Assurance 161 

Blessed be the Fountain . . . .130 
Blessed Saviour, Hear My ... 26 
Blessed Saviour, hear Thou .... 54 
Blest be the Tie that Binds . . .184 

Boylston. S. M 181 

Bringing in the Sheaves .... 209 

Building for Eternity 176 

Build Ye on the Rock 36 

Christ Alone is Saviour .... 21 

Christ Arose 165 

Christ has for us atonement made . 134 
Christ has Risen 39 



First Lines in Roman. 

No. 

Christ IlATn Redeemed Us . . . 60 
Christ Ri-xeiveth Sinful Men . . 167 

Christ Returneth 202 

Come, Holy Spirit, Come .... 92 

Come Home 10 

Come on the Wings of tub ... 14 
Come Thou Almighty King . . .135 

Come, Thou Fount 183 

Come Unto Me 166 

Come Unto Me, Yb Weary ... 63 

Comforted 15 

Comfort Ye One Another .... 42 

Coronation. CM 225 

Counted Worthy 25 

Create in Me a Clean Heart . . 62 

Dennis. S. M 184 

Do you fear the foe will in the . . 17 
Down into my loneliness, sorrow . . 34 
Down with the evil and up ... . 74 
Dying with Jesus, by death . . . 102 
Duke Street. L. M 159 

Encamped along the hills of . . . 128 

Evan. CM 173 

Evening Prayer 191 

Eye Hath Not Seen 69 

Faith is the Victory 128 

Gather in the Sheaves 27 

Gerar. S. M 92 

Give Me Thy Heart 210 

Give Your Heart to Jesus ... 76 
Glory be to the Father, and to . . 218 

Gloria Patri 218 

Go bury thy Sorrow 43 

Go Tell it to Jesus 43 

Go Work To-day 3 

God Be With You 143 

God Heareth Prayer 105 

God is Love 99 

God is Now Willing ; are You?. 77 
God is now willing in Christ ... 77 
God Lives 40 



206 

No. 
God's Bounty 86 

Going forth at Christ's command . 113 
Grace Before and After Meat . 117 
Guide Me 179 

Happy Day 203 

Hark ! Hark 1 My Soul 160 

Hear Thou Me 54 

Hear Us, O Saviour 133 

He Feedeth His Flock ..... 79 

He Is Coming 174 

He Is Near 90 

He lives and loves, our Saviour . . 129 

He Saves Me 116 

He Shall Reign From Sea to Sea 120 

Hide Me 151 

Holy Ghost, with Light Divine . 145 
Holy! Holy! Lord God Almighty 141 

Home of The Soul 157 

How Can You Live Without . . 89 

How Dear to My Heart 61 

How Firm a Foundation .... 152 

How Long 51 

How solemn are the words .... 185 
How sweet the name of Jesus. . . 188 
How They Sing Up Yonder ... 6 

I am Coming to the Cross . . . 168 

I am far frae my hame 172 

I am Redeemed 16 

I am Satisfied with Jesus .... 73 

I am the Light 32 

I am Thine, O Lord 195 

I Come, O Blessed Lord 84 

I do not ask for earthly store . . . 194 
1 Heard the Voice of Jesus Say . 173 
I Hear Thy Welcome Voice . . .199 
I know not when the Lord will . . 90 

I lift my thankful song 46 

I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord . . .186 
I Need Thee Every Hour . . . . 170 

I Shall re Satisfied 190 

I was once far away from the . . 205 
I was wandering, sad and weary . . 49 

I will Bless the Lord 65 

I will Pass over You 201 

I will Sing the Wond'rous . . .127 

I will sing you a song 157 

I will Trust, and Not be Afraid 20 



No. 

If in the valley where the bright . 58 

I'll Live for Thee 115 

Immanuel, Prince of Peace ... 66 
Impatient Heart, be Still .... 56 

In the Cross 200 

In the land of strangers 197 

Italian Hymn. 6s, 4s 135 

It doth suffice, that precious ... 28 
It mav be at morn when the . . . 202 

I've Found a Friend 149 

I've wandered far away from ... 67 

Jesus has Taken them All ... 4 

Jesus is Calling 132 

Jesus is Mine 94 

Jesus is tenderly calling thee . . .132 
Jesus knocks ; He calls to thee . . 9 
Jesus knows all, all your sorrow . . 64 
Jesus Knows your Sorrow ... 64 
Jesus, Lover of my Soul .... 177 
Jesus, my Lord, Thou art my . . . 103 
Jesus, my Lord, to Thee I cry . . 215 

Jesus of Nazareth 149° 

Jesus Only, Jesus Ever 7 

Jesus only, mid the turmoil .... 7 
Jesus Saviour, Pilot Me .... 150 

Jesus Shall Reign 159 

Joy to the World 189 

Just as I am 213 

Keep Thou My Way 47 

IiABAN. S. M 219 

Lead me Saviour 204 

Let not thy heart despair 105 

Let not your heart be troubled . . 42 

Let the Sunshine In 17' 

Let Us Crown Him 222 

Let Us Sing Again 104 

Let Us Stand for Jesus ..... 8 

Let us stand up for Jesus 8 

Life is Mine 68 

Lift up your eyes to the fields . . 85 
Like the fulness of the ocean ... 86 

Look Unto Me 35 

Looking this Way 211 

Lord, I'm Coming Home 67 

Lord, Teach Us How to Pray . - 53 

Low in the grave He lay 165 

Loyalty to Christ . • . . . . 112 



No. 

Make Me Willing 29 

Martyn. 7s D 177 

Mercy. 7s 145 

Missionary Chant. L. M 72 

Moment by Moment 102 

More Love to Thee, O Christ . . 146 

Morning Breaks Upon 24 

Move Forward 223 

My Ain Countrie 172 

My Country, TisofThee .... 226 
My Faith Looks Up to Thee . . 193 

My Grace is Sufficient 28 

My Hiding Place 37 

My Jests, as Thou Wilt . . . 144 

My Jesus, I Love Thee 153 

My life, my love, I give to Thee . 115 

My Mother's Prayer 148 

My Saviour First of All .... 126 
My sins which were many in . .4 
My Soul be on Thy Guard . . . 219 
My soul is sad and sinful ... .62 

NeartoThee 70 

Nearer, My God, to Thee . . . 206 

Nearer the Cross 212 

Nettleton. 8s, 7s 183 

Night had fallen on the city ... 87 

No Friend Like Jesus 93 

No More 96 

No Sorrow There 95 

Not All the Blood of Beasts . . 181 

Nothing but Leaves Ill 

Not I, But Christ 119 

Not now, but in the coming . . . 169 

Not Now, My Child 214 

Now I have found a Friend ... 94 

O Church of Christ ! behold at . . 120 
O happy day that fixed my choice . 203 
O how can you live without .... 89 

O How Happy are They 59 

O my Redeemer 55 

O pilgrims through a desert .... 32 

O Sing of my Redeemer 83 

O the weary night is waning ... 75 
O wanderer, dost thou hear . . .22 
O wanderer on a dreary waste . 10 
O Wanderer, Rejoice .... 48 

Oh, sing that song to me again . . 66 



207 

No. 
Oh, spread the tidings round ... 88 
Oh, tender and sweet was the . . . 217 

Old Hundred. L. M 123 

Olive's Brow. L. M 208 

Olivet. 6s, 4s 193 

One Sweetly Solemn* Thought . . 109 
On the resurrection morning . . . 178 
Onward, Christian Soldiers . . 221 

Onward, Onward ! 2 

Open Wide the Door 9 

Our Names in Heaven 82 

Our Saviour King 129 

Ours is the Victory 74 

Over the Line 217 

Over the river ,Jaces I see . . . .211 

Pass Me Not 154 

Paul and Silas 87 

Pilot. 7s, 6 lines 150 

Pleasures Forevermore .... 46 

Portuguese Hymn, lis 152 

Praise God from Whom 123 

Praise to the Holy One 1 

Pray, Brethren, Pray 163 

Rathbun. 8s, 7s 200 

Refuge. 7s D 177 

Rejoice, rejoice, O child of light . 82 
Retoice! The Lord is King ... 19 

Rescue The Perishing 180 

Resting my soul on Jesus 11 

Resting on Jesus 11 

Resurrection Morn 178 

Rockingham. L. M 117 

Rock of Ages 216 

Satisfied 224 

Saved by Grace 118 

Saved To-Night 34 

Saved To Serve 113 

Saviour, breathe an evening . . .191 
Saviour, lead me, lest I stray . . . 204 
Saviour, More Than Life .... 220 
Say "Yes" To Jesus Now. ... 22 
See the place where Jesus lay . . . 24 

Shall You? ShallI? 142 

Shirland. S. M 186 

Sinners Jesus will receive 167 



208 

No. 

Soldiers of The King 30 

Some day the silver cord will . . .118 
Some one will enter the pearly . . 142 

Some Sweet Morn 12 

Sometime We'll Understand . . 169 
Soul of mine in earthly temple . . 190 
Sowing in the morning, sowing . . 209 

Speed Away 136 

Spirit So Holy 23 

Sunshine In The Soul 44 

Sweet Hour of Prayer 139 

Sweet Peace, The Gift of God's . 121 

Take courage, temperance workers 155 

Take me as I Am 215 

Take my Life 175 

Take the jeers and take the .... 25 

Take Time to be Holy 171 

Tell it Again 100 

Tell it Out 164 

Tell the glad story of Jesus . . . 100 
There comes to my heart one . . 121 
The Day-Star Hath Risen ... 81 
The dear, loving Saviour has . . . 116 
The Comforter has Come .... 88 

The Eye of Faith 194 

The Homeland 108 

The Hope of the Coming .... 110 
The Lord's My Shepherd .... 187 
The Lord's our Rock ; in Him . . 192 

The Love of Jesus 98 

The Man of Galilee 97 

The Master is Calling 18 

The Master is come, and is , ... 18 
The night is long and dreary ... 38 

The Ninety and Nine 198 

The Shepherd True 49 

The Ship of Temperance .... 155 

The Trusting Heart 78 

The weary hours like shadows . . 51 
There comes to my heart one ... 121 

There is a Green Hill 125 

There is Never a Day so Dreary 122 
There is no friend like Jesus ... 93 
There'll Be No Dark Valley . 106 
Therb Shall be Showers of . . 196 
ThiTe'a sunshine in my soul ... 44 
There were ninety and nine that . 198 



No. 
They tell me of a land so fair ... 69 

Thou Art My Life 103 

Thou Art My Rock 71 

Thou art, O, Lord, my hiding ... 37 
Thou, whose hand thus far .... 70 
Tho' Your Sins be as Scarlet . . 182 

Through the shining gate 114 

Throw Out the Life- Line .... 147 

Thy God Reigneth 107 

'Tis Midnight 208 

Toplady. 7s, 6 lines 216 

To Thee, who from the narrow . . 210 
Trembling soul, beset by fears . . .107 
True-Hearted ! Whole-Hearted ! 131 
Trust and Obey ........ 156 



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Under His Wings 

Upon the western plain . . . 

Walking in the Sunshine ... 41 
We are building in sorrow or joy . 176 
We Come, O Lord, to Thee ... 31 
We're soldiers of the King .... 30 
Welcome, Wanderer, Welcome . 197 
What a blessed hope is mine ... 98 
What a Friend Thou Art to Me . 55 
What a Friend We Have in Jesus 140 
What a Wonderful Saviour . . 134 
When God the way of life ... . 201 
When I shall wake in that fair . . 224 
When Jesus Comes Again .... 38 
When my life-work is ended . . . 126 
When the King Shall Come . . 75 
When the Mists Have Rolled . 138 
When the Saints are Marching . 114 

When the sinner turns 6 

When the thick clouds intervene . 20 
When we walk with the Lord . . . 156 
Where My Redeemer Leads Me . 13 
Where the Saviour Leads ... 58 
Whoever receiveth the Crucified . 162 

Whosoever Shall Call 91 

Willing to own Thee Master and . 29 
Without Thee, my Saviour .... 50 
With the glorious morning .... 27 

Woodworth. L. M 213 

Would you be forever blest ? . . 76 

Ye Christian Heralds Go ... 72 
" Ye shall know ;" O word of . . . 57 



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Thou Art My Life 103 

Thou Art My Rock 71 

Thou art, O, Lord, my hiding ... 37 
Thou, whose hand thus far . . . . 70 
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